Cramahe Archives Digital Collection
Watercolour of Cramachie, Bay of Quinte, Upper Canada by James Pattison Cockburn, 1826-1847
Description
Media Type
Image
Object
Item Type
Watercolor paintings
Notes
Downloaded from Royal Ontario Museum image database caption:
Maker: James Pattison Cockburn (1779-1847)
Medium: Watercolour over pencil on paper
Geography: view of Colborne, Ontario, Canada
Date: 1826-1847
Dimensions:
7.9 × 17.4 cm
Object number: 942.48.15
Credit Line: Gift of Dr. Sigmund Samuel

http://images.rom.on.ca/public/index.php?function=image&action=detail&sid=&ccid=
(Use search term: Pattison cramachi)

Also another watercolour of Colborne by James Pattison Cockburn: Cramachie [Keeler Tavern] see the link on the right of this page or
https://vitacollections.ca/cramahelibrary/2740689/data?dis=dm
See the publication - How Firm a Foundation: A History of the Township of Cramahe and the Village of Colborne in Cramahe's Digital Archives (3bk), p.34 for a reproduction of the Keeler Tavern watercolour - the caption reads: "Keeler Tavern, a watercolour sketch done ca. 1830 by Lt. Col. James Pattison Cockburn, a graduate of the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, England. He was trained in watercolour sketching and did numerous sketches, including this one, during his stay in Upper Canada, 1826-36." ; pp.60-61 for a reference to the Keeler Tavern.
Date of Original
before 1847
Subject(s)
Local identifier
20at
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Contact
Cramahe Township Public Library
Email:cramlib@cramahetownship.ca
Website:
Agency street/mail address:
6 King Street West
PO Box 190
Colborne, ON K0K 1S0
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Watercolour of Cramachie, Bay of Quinte, Upper Canada by James Pattison Cockburn, 1826-1847